Emden was a light cruiser built by the Reichsmarine in the early 1920s. She was the only ship of her class and was the first large warship built in Germany after the end of World War I. She was built at the Reichsmarinewerft in Wilhelmshaven; her keel was laid in December 1921 and her completed hull was launched in January 1925. Emden was commissioned into the German fleet in October 1925. Her design was heavily informed by the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles and the dictates of the Allied disarmament commission. She was armed with a main battery of surplus 15 cm (5.9 in) guns left over from World War I, mounted in single gun turrets, as mandated by the Allied powers. She had a top speed of 29 knots (54 km/h; 33 mph).

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  • Der Leichte Kreuzer Emden war ein deutsches Kriegsschiff der Reichsmarine der Weimarer Republik und später der Kriegsmarine. Sie war nach den beiden Kleinen Kreuzern SMS Emden I und SMS Emden II das dritte deutsche Kriegsschiff, das nach der Stadt Emden benannt wurde. (de)
  • Emden was a light cruiser built by the Reichsmarine in the early 1920s. She was the only ship of her class and was the first large warship built in Germany after the end of World War I. She was built at the Reichsmarinewerft in Wilhelmshaven; her keel was laid in December 1921 and her completed hull was launched in January 1925. Emden was commissioned into the German fleet in October 1925. Her design was heavily informed by the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles and the dictates of the Allied disarmament commission. She was armed with a main battery of surplus 15 cm (5.9 in) guns left over from World War I, mounted in single gun turrets, as mandated by the Allied powers. She had a top speed of 29 knots (54 km/h; 33 mph). Emden spent the majority of her career as a training ship; in the inter-war period, she conducted several world cruises to train naval cadets. At the outbreak of war, she laid minefields off the German coast and was damaged by a British bomber that crashed into her. She participated in the invasion of Norway in April 1940, and then resumed training duties in the Baltic Sea. These lasted with minor interruptions until September 1944, when she was deployed to Norway to serve as the flagship of the minelaying forces there. In January 1945, she carried the disinterred remains of Paul von Hindenburg from East Prussia to Pillau, to prevent his remains from falling into the hands of the advancing Soviet Army. While undergoing repairs in Kiel, Emden was badly damaged by British bombers and later run aground outside the harbor and was blown up. The wreck was ultimately broken up in 1949. (en)
  • El Emden fue un crucero ligero construido por la Reichsmarine alemana a mediados de los años 1920. Única nave de su clase, fue también el primer gran buque de guerra construido en Alemania tras la Primera Guerra Mundial. (es)
  • Le croiseur léger Emden est un navire de guerre allemand de la Reichsmarine puis de la Kriegsmarine. Il s'agit du troisième navire de guerre allemand nommé d'après la ville d'Emden. (fr)
  • L'Emden fu un incrociatore leggero della Kriegsmarine tedesca, prima e unica unità della classe omonima; fu la prima nave da guerra ad essere varata in Germania dalla fine della prima guerra mondiale. Dopo aver servito nella Reichsmarine, prese parte alla seconda guerra mondiale. (it)
  • エムデン(Emden)は第一次世界大戦後にドイツ海軍が建造した軽巡洋艦で同型艦はない。本艦は、第一次世界大戦後のドイツで最初に建造された軽巡洋艦であり、エムデンの名を持つ3隻目の艦である。 (ja)
  • De Duitse lichte kruiser Emden was het enige schip van zijn klasse. Het was het eerste oorlogsschip dat na de Eerste Wereldoorlog in Duitsland gebouwd werd. (nl)
  • Emden – niemiecki krążownik lekki z okresu międzywojennego. Był pierwszym krążownikiem i zarazem pierwszym większym okrętem zbudowanym dla marynarki niemieckiej (Reichsmarine) po I wojnie światowej. Służył bojowo podczas II wojny światowej, lecz był mało wykorzystywany, podobnie jak inne niemieckie krążowniki lekkie. Nazwę tę nosiły także inne okręty, m.in. krążownik z 1909. W latach 1934-1935, jego dowódcą był Karl Dönitz - późniejszy dowódca Kriegsmarine. (pl)
  • «Э́мден» (нем. Emden) — немецкий лёгкий крейсер времён Второй мировой войны. (ru)
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  • Der Leichte Kreuzer Emden war ein deutsches Kriegsschiff der Reichsmarine der Weimarer Republik und später der Kriegsmarine. Sie war nach den beiden Kleinen Kreuzern SMS Emden I und SMS Emden II das dritte deutsche Kriegsschiff, das nach der Stadt Emden benannt wurde. (de)
  • El Emden fue un crucero ligero construido por la Reichsmarine alemana a mediados de los años 1920. Única nave de su clase, fue también el primer gran buque de guerra construido en Alemania tras la Primera Guerra Mundial. (es)
  • Le croiseur léger Emden est un navire de guerre allemand de la Reichsmarine puis de la Kriegsmarine. Il s'agit du troisième navire de guerre allemand nommé d'après la ville d'Emden. (fr)
  • L'Emden fu un incrociatore leggero della Kriegsmarine tedesca, prima e unica unità della classe omonima; fu la prima nave da guerra ad essere varata in Germania dalla fine della prima guerra mondiale. Dopo aver servito nella Reichsmarine, prese parte alla seconda guerra mondiale. (it)
  • エムデン(Emden)は第一次世界大戦後にドイツ海軍が建造した軽巡洋艦で同型艦はない。本艦は、第一次世界大戦後のドイツで最初に建造された軽巡洋艦であり、エムデンの名を持つ3隻目の艦である。 (ja)
  • De Duitse lichte kruiser Emden was het enige schip van zijn klasse. Het was het eerste oorlogsschip dat na de Eerste Wereldoorlog in Duitsland gebouwd werd. (nl)
  • Emden – niemiecki krążownik lekki z okresu międzywojennego. Był pierwszym krążownikiem i zarazem pierwszym większym okrętem zbudowanym dla marynarki niemieckiej (Reichsmarine) po I wojnie światowej. Służył bojowo podczas II wojny światowej, lecz był mało wykorzystywany, podobnie jak inne niemieckie krążowniki lekkie. Nazwę tę nosiły także inne okręty, m.in. krążownik z 1909. W latach 1934-1935, jego dowódcą był Karl Dönitz - późniejszy dowódca Kriegsmarine. (pl)
  • «Э́мден» (нем. Emden) — немецкий лёгкий крейсер времён Второй мировой войны. (ru)
  • Emden was a light cruiser built by the Reichsmarine in the early 1920s. She was the only ship of her class and was the first large warship built in Germany after the end of World War I. She was built at the Reichsmarinewerft in Wilhelmshaven; her keel was laid in December 1921 and her completed hull was launched in January 1925. Emden was commissioned into the German fleet in October 1925. Her design was heavily informed by the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles and the dictates of the Allied disarmament commission. She was armed with a main battery of surplus 15 cm (5.9 in) guns left over from World War I, mounted in single gun turrets, as mandated by the Allied powers. She had a top speed of 29 knots (54 km/h; 33 mph). (en)
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  • German cruiser Emden (en)
  • Emden (Schiff, 1925) (de)
  • Emden (1925) (es)
  • Emden (incrociatore) (it)
  • Emden (1925) (fr)
  • エムデン (軽巡洋艦・3代) (ja)
  • Emden (kruiser) (nl)
  • Emden (1925) (pl)
  • Emden (1925) (ru)
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